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Howick and Pakuranga Times : Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, December 6
www.times.co.nz Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, December 6, 2012 --- 11 HOWICK FRESH • SPECIALS FROM THURSDAY TO SUNDAY • 30 UNION RD, HOWICK 30 UNION RD, HOWICK. OPEN 7 DAYS 8.00AM-6.30PM. TOMATOES $149BAG AVOCADOS $149 3in aBAG BROCCOLI $150for 2 STRAWBERRIES $499 for 3 CHIPS SHORT CUCUMBER 39C EACH LETTUCE 89C EACH ASPARAGUS $169 BUNCH PINEAPPLE $299 EACH 118549-V32 Large range of products available in bulk and in bags. Free loan trailers. Delivery service available. 64 Ormiston Road, East Tamaki Ph 09 273 9271 / 0800 TOP SOIL www.centrallandscapes.co.nz 112042-V3 121318 BMW MERCEDES AUDI VW SUZUKI Servicing all makes & models of vehicles INDEPENDENT REPAIR SPECIALISTS For BMW, Mercedes, Audi, VW and Suzuki All Mechanical Repairs Diagnostic Scanning Brakes/Servicing/Lubes Pre-purchase Inspections Phone 272 2546 www.botanymotorworx.co.nz • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 3/302 Te Irirangi Dr, Botany South (Behind BP) 121447 Piano offered AN A. Barnard of London iron frame piano and piano stool in good condition is offered to give away. It must be collected. For enquiries, phone Lois on 537-2669. SeniorNet THE last meeting for 2012 is on December 7, at 10am at St Andrews Church, corner Ridge Road and Vincent Street, Howick. The talk will be about upgrades to Windows 8. All welcome. Phone Warren on 534-3482 or Tricia on 533-5983. Christmas market EAST City Wesleyan Church Cen- tre, 219 Burswood Drive, is having a Christmas market on December 8 from 2-5pm. Enjoy time together in a Christmas atmosphere, with food and crafts available, as well as live music. All welcome. Phone 273-9044. Orchid society THE December meeting will be the ﬁnal one for 2012 and a chance to discuss the plants on display and enjoy some food. It’s on December 9 at 1.30pm in Fencible Lounge, Uxbridge Road, Howick. After- noon tea, orchid plant rafﬂes and orchid ﬂowers displayed. There’s no meeting in January. The ﬁrst meeting for 2013 is on February 10. For enquiries, phone Anton on 537- 1251. Baby and you AUCKLAND East Parents Centre is holding a Baby and You course on December 10 and 17, 10am to noon in Howick. Do you have a newborn baby? Come along to our two-week course exploring feeding, sleeping, crying, infant massage and time saving tips. Booking is essential, phone 537-0560 for more details. Friendship club BUCKLANDS Beach Senior Citi- zens Friendship Club meets at the War Memorial Hall, Wharf Road, on the ﬁrst and third Friday of each month from 12.45-3pm for entertainment, bingo, games and trips, with afternoon tea and bis- cuits. Cost $3. On December 7, the Rainbow Ringers entertain. Phone Rosemary on 532-8510 or Olive on 534-6938. Mix and mingle AUCKLAND singles mix and min- gle dance is held on December 9, 7pm at the Howick RSA, Welling- ton Street, with live music by the band Mystique, cash bar, compli- mentary tea, coffee and biscuits, admission $12. Phone Frank on 525-1896, or see www.aucklands- ingleadults.org.nz. Yuletide concert EASTERN Stars Concert Band holds a concert on December 8 at St Columba Church, 480 Ti Rakau Drive, Botany, at 7pm. Christmas carols both old and new and a sin- galong. Tickets available at door. Family $25 (two adults, three chil- dren), adults $10, students/seniors $5. Phone Barrie or Marie on 271- 4558 or 021-722-171. Beachlands market BEACHLANDS market and car boot sale is on December 8 at Beachlands Chartered Club from 9am to noon. Enjoy a family fun day with face-painting, bouncy cas- tle, quick-ﬁre rafﬂes, sausage sizzle and Santa. Variety of stalls – a great Christmas shopping opportunity. To book, phone/text Margaret on 536-6735 or 0274-954-312. Family event A CHRISTMAS family event at Burswood Drive Park is on Decem- ber 9 from 5.30pm. There will be food and drink and games for the children, special Christmas items and carol singing. All welcome. For more information, phone 273- 9044. Music entertainment 60’S UP Pakuranga is being enter- tained this month by the Helen Duder Quartet on December 11 at 9.30am at Te Tuhi Centre for the Arts. There’s a shared Christmas lunch together, as this is the last meeting for 2012. Phone Heather on 576-3614. CONSERVATION KIDS: Pupils at Point View School were all in black and white last Friday, dressed up as orca whales on mufti day to raise money for and awareness of the marine mammals. Teacher Kate Norton, left, organised prizes for best costume, raffles for framed photos of Keiko, the orca from the Free Willy films and other "killer" activities. Photo supplied ENTER the festive spirit and join Star Real Estate, The Professionals, and the Times for the 2012 Christmas Lights Spectacular. Bringing Howick, Pakuranga and Botany communities together, enhancing neighbourhood spirit, spreading seasonal cheer and lighting up the yuletide season are all part of The Professionals’ Christmas Lights. Illuminate your house or front garden and ﬁll out an application from Star Real Estate Ltd, 110 Ridge Road, Howick, or the Times’ ofﬁces at 50 Stonedon Drive, East Tamaki. Not only will people in our communities enjoy your home’s lights display, you could also win a hamper full of Christmas goodies. All entries have to be in by December 14 and will be placed in the prize draw. The winning entry will be drawn by Gavin Hamilton, the Howick branch manager of Star Real Estate, on December 21, and results will be published in the Times. Trail of Lights Botany: 2/6 Kookaburra Place. Bucklands Beach: 84 The Parade. Dannemora: 37 Santa Ana Drive, 9 Sayes Close. East Tamaki: 44 Delmont Close. Gol ands: 4 Corta Bella Place, 22 Simon Owen Place, 24 Simon Owen Place, 26 Simon Owen Place. Neighbourhood lighting VILLAGE VOICE is a free community notice-board for non-pro t groups. Send notices to email@example.com, fax 271 8073, post to PO Box 259-243 Botany, Auckland 2163 or drop into our o ce at Times House, 50 Stonedon Dr, East Tamaki.
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